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's approach to a local build out is unreal spell the staff is proposing to build large solar farms at a distance that will power of which will city still flow over p g and e transmission lines and will have those transmission cost is stull the most expensive way to do renewables to local power plants is diverse creates thousands of local jobs and is based on integrated resource efficiency, wind, co generation, et cetera these are -- the staff did not up to speed on how to do this and we need to change that that is absolutely crucial, thanks. >> thank you eric, any other comments commissioner vid dour? courtney and moran -- two questions one is where the program director for c c a and i conquer that we need someone who can support our local staff on this i think michael has a comment. >>> michael conly deputy general manager we are in the process of getting that approved and it's working it's way through the mayor's office now ran and the department of human resource and we home to hope to have to posted and filled and i know we are recruiting for that as well. >> when? >>>
to brandon lloyd. the player of the game, ouch what this catch. unreal. 124 total yards of offense. 41-28 the final. patriots get the ravens for a second straight year. brief timeout and the warriors ran out of oxygen. yet another rookie has won on the pga tour. and the first full field event of the year in hawaii. >>> the warriors visiting the mile high city to face the nuggets who are 13-2 at home. they blew the lead and handed denver the season high fifth straight win. he is confident he will return this season, but now just a spectatorment the two handed jam. 23 points and 13 boards. curry with a superb night. 29 points. warriors lead by two at the half. start the fourth with a 19-2 run. it was 37-18 in the final frame. watch this final stagger, the warriors lost three of the last four. miami heat in town on wednesday. college hoops and cal is the last to beat stanford. stanford is still down four. cal was too much. hit four of her six. then britney boyd lead everyone with 19 points. cal and stanford 81-game conference streak. the ozzy open and venus williams kicked things off. des
touches. this one to brandon lloyd. the player of the game, ouch what this catch. unreal. 124 total yards of offense. 41-28 the final. patriots get the ravens for a second straight year. brief timeout and the warriors ran out of oxygen. yet another rookie has won on the pga tour. and the first full field event of the year in hawaii. hmm, it says here that cheerios helps lower cholesterol as part of a heart healthy diet. that's true. ...but you still have to go to the gym. ♪ the one and only, cheerios ...and now... you! [ giggles ] ♪ the one and only, cheerios [ rain pattering ] [ heels clicking ] [ female announcer ] yoplait light tastes great now... ♪ ...and feels great later 20 delicious flavors of yoplait light, now at 90 calories each. yoplait, it is so good! mile high city to face the nuggets who are 13-2 at home. they blew the lead and handed denver the season high fifth straight win. he is confident he will return this season, but now just a spectatorment the two handed jam. 23 points and 13 boards. curry with a superb night. 29 points. warriors lead by two at the half. start
of the student newspaper saying "unreal." there is some regret among the editorial staff. check this out call by miles bennett smith who apologized for small uncovering the hoax. he realized if a student dies in a car crash and has leukemia campus we know. he could have broken the story so regret at the newspaper. here is what else we heard on campus today. >> to be honest, it is not on my radar but it seems very silly and unnecessary. that's pretty much all i think. >> it is just a level of humans being duped in the past no one would hear but now everything is a headline so everyone knows. >> as far as campus officials they checked the ridge -- registration in was in student by to name. she does not exist here at stanford. that is all the campus wants to say. i asked why they would not comment further and they said this is nothing else to say. the students at the newspaper hear disbelief on campus, shock, and people rolling their eyes over the silliness. >> amy, thank you. the story has many wondering how this could happen and brings to light scams called cat phishing which is when someone c
is unfortunately unrealive. one needs to look back at the 50's and 60's to see the travesties that can happen but in the recent past, the minor situations like the three unit building across the street from myself on potomac where the owners decided to renovate it, unfortunately through a bunch of inappropriate arguable details and slabs of green marshal on a victorin building that looks woefully torn divn three different decades, the cottage on germaneia that's been torn down and replaced about i a glass and steel house but the charm of the -- is lost forever. there are homes on 66 pa to himmic, the homeowners have worked to create a stunningly beautiful and appropriate facade that i believe now seamlessly unites potomac street. it is a rare set of circumstances that came together 110 years ago to lead to the creation of these buildings and another set of circumstances in the 50's and 65's and 70's that left them untouched. we have opportunity to stop the risk taking with this neighborhood. these homes were here before we were and with any luck they will be here long after we are gone. we ar
justin smith off the field. >> unreal, man. just getting the win the fashion we wanted to, showed the resolve of this team, the character of this team, and one more to go. >> worked a long time for this. how does it feel, going to your first superbowl? >> oh, man, it's amazing. at it amazing. it's something that i've been dreaming of all my life as a kid. superbowl, superbowl. and we're here. >> tremendous win for us. showed the heart and resolve of the team, and move on with -- continue in our humility and be ready to play another game in two weeks. >> very calm on the field, off the field. coach is very calm. and put is in great position, and showed in the second half. >> mike: the greatest feeling in the world, except for winning the super bowl. niners businesslike yet exciting in the locker room because they know they have one more game to win. a lot more coming up later. mike shumann, abc7 sports. >> larry: the niners wait to see who they'll face in the superbowl. the winner of the afc championship game between the baltimore ravens and the new york patriots. right now the pat
raising those two girls with security services around them, transporting them to this kind of unreal world in the white house, and the girls seem to have kept their heads. >> they're going to make their beds. they're going to set their alarm clocks. they're not these special kids in the white house. they are special because all kids are special, but -- chris: i grew up -- i'm older than you definitely. >> maybe. chris: definitely. i grew up in a country that always had white presidents and it would never be changing. and then to have a beautiful african-american woman first lady and to be accepted without -- she hasn't had the bricks thrown at her. there was that spain trip years ago, but nothing really. >> i think they were very deliberate about this. early on michelle obama posed for the cover of "vogue." she was on the cover of "people" magazine. on the cover of "oprah. " so they presented their story and entered people's homes in a way that people see them as the first family. chris: but not average, a successful coverage and a bit of a jackie figure, 3/4 sleeves. i like the style. whe
and played a good game. started off fast and we finished faster. >> unreal, man. to see the -- the fact we won, shows the resolve of this team, the character of this team. one more to go. >> does validate our team, winning this game, and we said at the start of this, the goal is to win, and we have won two so far and now we have another one. >> this is just to get there. it would be -- tops to win it awesome ain't good enough to just get this one. have to win it all. we're excited. >> we are just a few minutes away from the har-bowl taking because they ravens are leading the patriots. this could lead up to a ravens-49ers super bowl, just minutes away. moving on, better late than never, sharks opened the season in calgary. it's been nine months since the last sharks game. finally getting the season underway. sharks down 1-0 in the second. thornton finding marlowe in front. back-hands, we're tied at one. 2-1 in the second. marlowe again from broyle. slides in for the second goal in the third, sharks with a two-man advantage. a rifle shot from broyle, and marlowe provided the screen in front.
a dream. it will kick in later on the plane. >> unreal, man. it was the way we wanted to. the cashing of this team. got one more to go. >> we never give up. we never give up. we just fight, we just fight. you have to. >> we've waited a long time for this. how does it feel to go to your first superbowl? >> it's amazing. it's amazing. it's something that i've been dreaming of all my life as a kid. superbowl, superbowl, i mean.... >> 49ers are listen on their way back to the bay area. lilian kim is live at mineta san jose airport awaiting their arrival. >> the 49ers are scheduled to arrive after 11:00 p.m. the plane will pull up behind me the players will emerge as n.f.c. champions. they pulled off from a come from behind victory but the niners have chosen not to prolong their celebration in atlanta. they opted to fly back tonight. it was only a few hours after the game ended. so a long day for the 49er organization for sure but no one is complaining. will lilian kim, "abc 7 news". >> ama: thank you so much. and when it comes to the superbowl, we have you covered. sports anchor mike shum
at 40s a week ago. 30s. nothing. >> unreal. >> thanks, jeff. >>> you're welcome. >> not your typical tour. which special guest surprised a group of washington tourists. >>> dozens of white house tourists got quite a surprise. they were greeted by the president and first lady. the visitors shook hands, one even hugged the president. mr. obama thanked them for coming. the first family has made the white house more open and the public. >>> the obamas showed up to the inauguration in style. and now people across the country are trying to duplicate the work. the first lady and daughters sported many j. crew. ma malia's plum-colored coat only available in size zero. the first lady's outfit and accessories headed for the national archives. ♪ >>> so was it live or memorex? was she singing or lip-synching? that's beyonce. beyonce chose to use prerecorded music that included vocals. they are in no position to say whether it was live or not. all music used in inaugural events prerecorded in case the live event can't take place. yo-yo ma also used a prerecorded track in 2008. whether she recor
in another 1000 stores by the end of this year. that is just unreal. that coupled with the fact that we have seen good numbers coming out of china in the last few months, where maybe there has been a bottom in that economy, to me, that signals that starbucks might be ripe for really great expansion here. > thanks for your help today. that is scott bauer of trading advantage. > > thanks angie. that's it for us. coming up next week, talk show host and music manager sharon osbourne will be here to tell us how she created a net worth of more than $150 million. thanks for watching today. from all of us at first business, have a great weekend!
a day after meeting mr. obama face to face. >> it's unreal. i walked out of the oval office and i had to have someone pinch me. i said, i felt it. it's real. it did happen. it's really just an honor. >> reporter: it was chain's way of saying thank you to the obama campaign. chane suffered a brain tumor in 2010 while she was out of the country and uninsured. >> i started applying to every insurance plan i could, because they had to perform brain surgery to keep me alive. every plan you can think of, all of them denied me. >> reporter: in this video which she made for the obama campaign, she says the only reason she was able to get insurance for her preexisting condition was because of obamacare. >> i recovered 100% from a life- threatening brain tumor. >> reporter: chain said giving back was the least she could do as part of a day of service tradition president obama started four years ago to honor dr. martin luther king jr. >> i just wanted an opportunity to say thank you to everyone that worked so hard on the campaign. >> reporter: really a won
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. >> reporter: good morning. it's unreal. 13, 13. that's insane. let's bring you down to the fire. it's not an accident in pasadena, a lot of sirens going on over the last several hours. that's because a fire is ongoing and they have -- the newsroom confirmed that but it's tying things up in pasadena along 225. that's 225th street so be aware of that down on katherine avenue as well. we will slide it toward the north and lanes knocked out due to construction. this is off 695. let's bring you outside and this is 69 # at liberty road. volume is picking up but again not seeing any major accidents across-town. we will take you to another shot and show you 695. look how beautiful that sunrise is. 695 at harford road. things look good many holiday traffic so we are expecting things to stay quiet. guys now onto you. >> it's a child's dream come true. we are talking about a chocolate themed park. it opened up in shanghai china and there were 8 civilians featuring exhibits performances and interactive activities all about chocolate. lynette i know you like that there were dozens of sculptures
. >> that's unreal. the scream is what sold it. >>> as we get you ready for weather we have closings. quickly here lynette if we can, cecil county public schools dismissing early they will dismiss at 10 and elementary schools will dismiss at 2. and cecil county public schools. >> and that's a smart thing because that system will be work et cetera way in here as we go towards the 3:00 time frame. we want to get the people off the road because it's going to be a hectic commute home. as the kids head out to school, just bundle up and you don't have to worry about the snow. that temperature at 13 degrees and it's going to be frigid. and it's the afternoon we are talking about 27 degrees snow showers around 3:00 but for a lot of schools, they are letting out before that 3:00 time frame and that's good. this is what we are watching to come in here. 3:00 through about 8:00 that's when it will get worse. so it's going to be a pretty nasty commute and spending of that, let's check the traffic with lauren cook good morning. >> reporter: good morning. [ no oughtedo ] >> reporter: -- >> reporter
, there is disbelief here evident on the front page of the student newspaper saying "unreal." there is some regret among the editorial staff. check this out call by miles bennett smith who apologized for small uncovering the hoax. he realized if a student dies in a car crash and has leukemia campus we know. he could have broken the story so regret at the newspaper. here is what else we heard on campus today. >> to be honest, it is not on my radar but it seems very silly and unnecessary. that's pretty much all i think. >> it is just a level of humans being duped in the past no one would hear but now everything is a headline so everyone knows. >> as far as campus officials they checked the ridge -- registration in was in student by to name. she does not exist here at stanford. that is all the campus wants to say. i asked why they would not comment further and they said this is nothing else to say. the students at the newspaper hear disbelief on campus, shock, and people rolling their eyes over the silliness. >> amy, thank you. the story has many wondering how this could happen and brings to light sc
been unreal. now i have to learn trying to explain why our picture, as it relates to the president's cabinet looks the same. >> fun indeed. remember the derision of liberals starting with the president himself. mitt romney, when he struggled to describe pains he had taken as a governor to promote diversities on his staff. i went to women's group to help und they brought binders full of women. >> you don't want someone who needs to ask for binders of women. >> i ask myself a feminist, when i watched what went on in the election and the way romney was treated and you see a picture like this with president obama and you have the left basically, basically making excuses for him. ruth markets yet something saying it's bad it's not an outrage. really? it's an outrage if it's a republican. >> the white house moved quickly to circulate this photo to show valerie jarret and nancy deearo. white house aide point to placement of two women on the supreme court and the fact some of his cabinet vacancies at state and labor for example were created by women leafing after four years on the job. bre
to be colder than. this is unreal. dallas, texas, a low of 28. we're at 25 in gilroy. new york city will have 37. we have them smashed by a long shot here. 38 in philadelphia. and washington, d.c. at 41. gilroy, california, bay area standards are not. it's going to be cold for tomorrow morning. by the afternoon, we'll get the sun out. temperatures in the mid-50s. going to be a beautiful afternoon in the south bay. a 30-degree jump for a lot of the trivalley. 52 in gilroy. and 50 back for dan vill. san francisco, 53. and santa rosa, 56. on your three-day forecast, it stays dry and hazy for tuesday and wednesday. as we head through the upcoming weekend, there's your warm-up. you can almost feel it there, with 66 degrees. spf of 30. maybe you have the short sleeves on. get you a while there. and maybe you have shorts on. it will feel warm by saturday. you know, so into the numbers when i look at it. when you said, it's going to be warm saturday. 66 is warm. it's still cool. it will be warm. >> compared to 32. >> yes, the voice of reason over here. >> yes. thank you, jeff. >>> just ahead, mac you
daily," summed it up this way. unreal. miles bennett smith is the paper's managing sports editor. >> one of the big things was, we were wondering how could we possibly have missed this? >> reporter: the "new york times" connected stanford to the name lennay kekua. he says he is dismayed they didn't fact-check the story earlier. >> if someone had told me manti te'o's girlfriend was a stanford grad i would say absolutely not. how would i not know anything about this. tragic car accident, leukemia, i would have wanted to write an article about that because it would be a great story. >> reporter: and yet another strange twist, our sister station in los angeles is reporting that there could be a connection to te'o's friend in palm dale and the friend may be implicated in the hoax. and just when you thought the story couldn't get anymore bizarre, someone claiming to be the girlfriend started sending tweets last night, saying that te'o would address questions about their relationship today. notre dame has said te'o was the victim of the hoax. smith bennett and others aren't so sure. >> as much
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an important source of wealth and income for millions of average americans. whether it's unreal clear markets in the "washington examiner," tax notes or testify before congress, as she is quickly us to do, diana as a powerful and effective voice in economic policy debates. as i know you will agree, after her talk this afternoon. diana furchtgott-roth holds degrees in economics. in addition to position for president george w. bush she has served as will on the staff of domestic policy council for president george h. w. bush, and as a staff economist for the council of economic advisers during the reagan administration. in 2003-2005, she was chief economist of the u.s. department of labor. she's also the author of this past july of women's figures, a guide to the economic progress of women in america. please join me in welcoming senior fellow diana furchtgott-roth. [applause] >> thank you very much, howard, for that very kind introduction. and thank all of you for coming. i'm really grateful that you could be doing so many of the things today and coming to listen to me, but yet here you are, li
and clear it seemed unreal. when i heard the steps closer i closed my eyes and prayed to the gods. when i opened my eyes i heard breathing and feel the warmth of another body it was so close to me. i heard his voice call out. sachy, it's me matzu, let me help you. i thought i died and went to the other wonder. matzu? spilling up from the leaves like a wounded animal. i forgot everything even the shame of allowing him to see me. he began to laugh is that you or the fox cot. it was the first time he joked with me he had been so quiet. it wasn't the time for laughter i was tired and hungry if i had been the god i might have been made food and water appear. it was my good fortunate that matzu found me. i had been looking for you all night. are there others? i could barely get the words out. they think you have gone to a better world how do you find me. he smaled. he opened [inaudible] and took out a bottle of green tea. the tea tasted cold and bitter i had never been more aggressively for anything else in my life. he brought rice cakes and dried seaweed. when i finished i bowed and asked, how
. >> happeny and happy to see supporters. >> it's unreal. you know? amazing support. 70 people that just came out here. >> an army veteran, the patrol officer. it wasn't just a career, but something he considered a calling. but that was all shattered when the ball and several other officers responded to a robbery in progress in a walgreens. the robber came out shooting, nevall was hit eight times. >> i chose oakland on the basis i missed action. >> now, after a dozen surgeries the 31-year-old can walk, but only with a cane. standing is difficult. but he's moving on and this team from home deepy yoe is helping. >> we're just trying to make this yard a place tone joy himself. so we're doing a patio for him. >> everybody here volunteer. >> when this is finished nevall will be able to use his outdoor area, another step in a long process of recovering for the young veteran. >> it's awesome. you know? they have people there thanking me for services but yelt, look at service providing for their own communities. >> and home depot team made up of local volunteers to help veterans. and others in need.
bowl seems unreal. >> once getting to new orleans we start practicing outside of the box. it will start hitting us. >> offensive lineman says play who have been to the super bowl tell him it's a bit different. >> just little things you know? half time is longer. just stuff like that. little stuff. keeping you, getting you ready for not the normal game. >> not the normal game, indeed. 49ers will practice again here, tomorrow, saturday. and head off to new orleans on sunday. in santa clara, abc 7 news. >> thank you. mike shumann and i will be leaving for new orleans. and they won't let us on the team, playing but we tried. abc 7 news will be traveling along with us skb we'll be tweeting behind the scenes updates from bourbon street and will kufrt game as well. >> the shu's ring get it's own seat on the plane? >> still coming up tonight on abc 7 news a cloak at -- look at what an oil tanker did to the base of a bay bridge tower. you'll get a new appreciation. >> i'm spencer chris chichblt showing sprinkles moving into the north bai. i'll give you a look at that and the weekend forecast in
home going for $4,000 in many of the areas that we live in is unaffordable and unrealive. i that we move on to get -- >> chair wiener: thank you very much. next speaker please. >> [speaking foreign language] >> translator: my name is -- how are you, everyone. i have been living in san francisco for more than 16 years. this is rated as a very good city to live in by the united nations. but the two bedroom apartment for my son cost him $2,000. so if this t.i.c. is passed, everyone will have its own housing. only a house will not impede the development and the development of this city. i hope you people high up could help us to make this dream come true, to own a house. we are looking forward to it. thank you. >> chair wiener: thank you very much. next speaker please. >> good afternoon, arlene tran, a long time visitacion valley resident in district 10 and spokesperson for the asian alliance. today, we have over 100 residents here to support this important legislation, in order -- in addition to the hundreds of signatures that we are gathering. although we have a very capable translato
's unreal. i walked out of the oval office yesterday and i had to have someone from tech pinch me and i said i felt it. it's really. it did happen. and it's really just an honor. >> reporter: it was chain's way of saying thank you to the obama campaign. chain suffered a brain tumor in 2010 while she was out of the country and uninsured. >> i started applying to every insurance plan that i could because they had to perform brain surgery to keep me alive. every plan you can think of. all of them, denied me. >> reporter: in this video which she made for the obama campaign, she says the only reason she was able to get insurance for her pre-existing condition was because of obamacare. >> i recovered 100% from a life- threatening brain tumor when i was previously denied insurance from every providers. >> reporter: as part of the day of service tradition president obama started four years ago to honor dr. martin luther king jr.. >> it really touches me and i just wanted an opportunity to say thank you to everyone that welcomed so hard on the -- worked so hard
in the entire world. >> millions, unreal. >>> give yourself extra time this morning when going to work. some of the roads will be underwater and you'll probably see blockages out there and people having to be diverted around. abc2 news linda so is out there live onrushing yesterday. what are you -- york road. who are you seeing this morning? >> reporter: we're here along york road where you can meets chumleigh. you can see the water flooded the street out here and all through past that intersection. and here along york road, this state highway truck is actually monitoring the situation here. has the lane down to one road. directing traffic because of the high water. one thing to keep in mind this morning as you're heading out for work or school that some area roads will look like this. all that rain last night flooded out some areas. we did put a call out to several dispatch centers throughout the area. they tell us this is the situation along several roads throughout our viewing area in the baltimore region. so just keep that in mind. again if you see standing water, do not try to drive thr
at the buzzer. but was clearly a full court shot. taken from behind the other team's free-throw line. >> unreal. now ben gerard took the shot. she's the 17-year-old captain of the team and he says i do this all the time. this is easy. >> i just put it like on my hip and i just tossed it with as much force as i really could. >> gerard doubts he could ever really do it again. hiss team would go on to win the game and he says he wants to continue playing basketball and who wouldn't? he's going to go to college in rhode island and he's not done just yet. >>> an unfortunate collision with a cheerleading basketball player and a mascot. this is rocky. i don't like this. i mean she lands square on her face. the cheerleader was doing a mid back flip during her routine and like a true pro what does rocky do? he's got badding -- padding and the muscles. i got to do some reps here and push-ups. the cheerleader though was all right. right on the head. >> you did see her basically get off the court and hopefully she's okay. >> it looked worse than it was. >>> for the first time in 40 years the superstar whic
in. monday, tuesday and wednesday will be unreal. your sky staying clear, plenty cold. still enough wind, before long, 7:23, it's up tomorrow. so night for the day. we'll talk about the wave that would be moving in. so the real core will be over us. we're talking about -- these aren't lows, folks, these are highs, 20s and 30s for highs. yes, it's looking like it will be windy, too. for tomorrow morning, 20 to 29 degrees, your windchill in the teens, tomorrow afternoon warmer, but still windy. in fact, downright cold. we'll see some warm uptoward the end of next week, to friday looking like a bit of rain. so chili weekend, cold next week. back to you. >> in news4 your health people with severe allergies could be covered by the disability act. it comes from the massachusetts case where a college student was required to extreme buy the food plan, even though she couldn't eat on campus, in an agreement, the justice department said that allergies could constitute a disability if they're severe enough. that means schools their subject to the disability act could have to make accommodation
for impeachment. here we go again. these guys are unreal. but the president's proposals seem encouraging. what is not encouraging is federal prosecutors going after people who are doing something perfectly legal here in california which is selling medicineal marijuana. a businessman with a wife and two kids. we'll talk to them on the show. and finally how much more do politicians make if they become a lobbyist. it's a lot more. including a guy who is not going to work for the fertilizing industry. speaking of which jennifer, what are you doing here. >> jennifer: i got to go. always such fascinating stories that you guys do. i appreciate it. we'll be watching at the top of the hour. >> cenk: thank you. >> jennifer: now a look at some of the other stories that are buzzing around "the war room." stuff that i thought was really fascinateing. fist of all, chelsey clinton is going to share the community service event that will kick off inauguration weekend, and it's intended to encourage americans across the country to volunteer in remembrance of martin luther king jr. khelsea china clinton's role s
dakota. so here we are with a states' rights movement live and well in 2013. this is unreal. >> well, i don't think these guys truly understand the constitution. under the constitution, which they claimed to cherish, you know, it's not yahoo sheriffs who get to decide whether something is constitutional or not. it's something called the supreme court. so right away, they're undermining our entire system by issuing their edicts or their fiats against these actions. but i'm still waiting. i'm waiting for any of these guys to come out and say okay, 23 executive actions? which ones don't you like? the ones that make it easier for universal background checks to be -- to happen as they should be happening, just on the basis of regulations and guidances? what law -- which executive action -- which one are you opposed to? which one is turning barack obama into a king? these guys cannot deal with the specifics or the merits. >> but this has been consistent. because since president obama's been president, health care, they said we're not going to take it in our state, states' rights. immigration?
, the lack ludlam excess weight and at that point everything seemed unreal because he could look around and see the racial mixing had already taken place. there were people on monticello mountain whose skin was so white that she couldn't even tell that they were black people. the roster of skills that these people had acquired is truly extraordinary, ranging from plowmen and women to coopers, dyer's, weavers, wonders, hairdressers, captain baker's and later on, some french visitors were amazed at a carriage they were riding in, and he asked where it came from a jefferson said well, my slaves made it. he couldn't get over the fact this thing had been manufactured by slaves. ironically, the slaves had condemned themselves. the more skilled they became, the more valuable they became in the more they tightened chains of enslavement. but the machine functioning in equilibrium, the owner would never dismantle it. jefferson pioneered something else. he pioneered the modernization of slaves, for initialization of slavery. another document i came across some which i hadn't seen commented upon be
. this needs to stop. we need to do something. we need to stop separating families. this is unreal. >> cenk: so there is some dispute as to why they seized her mother, we'll get to that in a minute but i want to share some numbers for you. a record 410,000 people have been deported in 2012 alone. as president obama takes some executive action and reaches out to latinos he does continue to reach out and throw them out of the country. now, these are undocumented immigrants. keep that in mind to be fair. now spending for ice that's immigration and customs enforcement is $18 billion. that's what it was in 2012. that's more than all federal law enforcement agencies combined. which is a stunning fact. why are we spending this amount of resources to do this? it's weird especially when you consider the politics of it. we'll discuss that in a second. now back to erika andiola's mother, who--who has a different last name arreola. she had a prior record for removal stemming from 1998. last month her mother was stopped for speeding and fingerprinted by arizona police when she couldn't produce invitation al
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